Livre - Editions La Vie du Rail - 160 pages
Even though we have a few more days of winter left, we are already preparing the 2017 high season! It starts on April 1st and lasts until Sunday October 1st. The opening hours are the same as the previous years: our doors are open […]
Early on in 2016 we launched an ambitious project to restore three of our oldest trams, built in 1906, 1910 and 1923. These vehicles have had a rich and long career. Until the end of the 1930s they were “part […]
During the last week of November “school’s on” at the Museum, during the launch of “Bougeons malin” (travel cunningly) by STIB and Promo Jeunes. This year’s edition starts with a tour of the Museum! By the end of the week […]
From October to March the Museum switches to “winter mode”. We are open every second weekend of the month, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Our Retro-Shop will also be open during these times. During the winter season, we will […]
On Sunday 18 September the streets of Brussels will be free of cars for one day. For that occasion STIB increases the frequencies on most bus, tram and metro lines. Unfortunately, this means our historical trams will have to stay in the […]
Our historicals trams may have charmed you during your journey through the Sonian Forest. Unfortunately, after a century of loyal service, some of these vehicles are in need of refurbishing. This is a serious challenge for our Museum, which doesn’t receive any […]
Our “dépannage” no. 2 (repair vehicle number 2) has reached the venerable age of about 80 years. Nevertheless, it still serves our Museum well as part of our collection of service vehicles. And not only the Museum… After its recent appearance […]
During the “100 Masters Brussels” event (grouping 100 masterpieces of museums in Brussels), in which our Museum participates, every paid entry to either the Museum or a trip with one of our historical vehicles entitles the ticket holder to a free paper […]
Late January, Aiguillages.eu, a website that covers railway tourism, published a video about our Museum:
It looks as if our trams will be able to go as far as Parc Cinquantenaire again in 2016. This is why one of our members has made a number of pictures of the track repairs at this spur.
Today, the museum is open
from 1 pm to 5 pm (no trips with historical vehicles)
Please note that it is not possible to reserve seats on our vehicles running on our historical lines (Tervuren, Cinquantenaire, Stockel and BM) during weekends and holidays.
Birthdays, cocktails, company parties, silver and golden wedding anniversaries: they are all good reasons to rent one of our old trams or buses.